|Member of the Victorian Legislative Assembly |
for Port Melbourne
18 April 1942 –19 January 1952
|Preceded by||James Murphy|
|Succeeded by||Stan Corrigan|
Thomas Patrick Corrigan
17 February 1884
South Melbourne, Victoria
|Died||19 January 1952 67) (aged|
Fitzroy, Victoria, Australia
|Resting place||Melbourne General Cemetery|
|Political party||Labor Party|
Emily Olive Angleton
|Occupation||Fitter and turner|
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